|Main setting:||London, Canterbury, Kent and New York City, 2014|
|Release date:||19 January 1995|
|Format:||Paperback Book; 35 Chapters, 359 Pages|
|Virgin New Adventures|
|Cat's Cradle: Warhead||Warchild|
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Warlock was the thirty-fourth New Adventures novel. It featured the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice Summerfield. It was the second in a trilogy of linked novels; Cat's Cradle: Warhead was the first (published in 1992) and the third novel was Warchild (published in 1996).
Publisher's summary Edit
It was the ruthless pack instinct of the primeval forest. But warlock magnified it a thousand times and made it lethal.
Benny is working with an undercover cop, trying to track down its source. Ace is trapped in a horrific animal experimentation laboratory. But only the Doctor has begun to guess the terrible truth about warlock.
This disturbing sequel to Warhead moves beyond cyberpunk into a realm where reality is a question of brain chemistry and heaven or hell comes in the shape of a pill.
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- Seventh Doctor
- Bernice Summerfield
- Creed McIlveen
- Justine Wheaton
- Paulie Keaton
- Vincent Wheaton
- Mrs Woodcott
- Hank Harrigan
- Ludmilla Serebrennikov
- Christine Bowman
- Raymond Bowman
- Eddie Chavez
- Tommy Hunnicutt
- Pamela Hunnicutt
Drugs and medicines Edit
Earth locations Edit
- The Doctor finds New York City exhausting.
- The Doctor's house has a computer with a voice interface that can sound like Cary Grant. The front gate says, "Beware of the God". It also houses several cars, including a Mazda and a Mercedes.
- Canterbury Cathedral is accidentally destroyed by Vincent.
- The Doctor buys a copy of Serial Killers Weekly.
- This is the second novel in Andrew Cartmel's War Trilogy of Cat's Cradle: Warhead, Warlock, and Warchild.
- A prelude to this novel was published in DWM 221.
- The Doctor and Ace previously met Vincent, Justine, Mrs Woodcott and Creed's brother James McIlveen. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead)
- IDEA utilise the King Building, previously used by the Butler Institute. (PROSE: Cat's Cradle: Warhead, Deceit)
- The Eighth Doctor will later encounter another alien drug-like substance. (PROSE: Revolution Man)
- The trees around the Doctor's house still have scorch marks from when a car blew up a few years earlier. (COMIC: Fellow Travellers)
- Prelude to Warlock as published in DWM#221
- Warlock at the Doctor Who Reference Guide
- The Discontinuity Guide to: Warlock at The Whoniverse
- The Cloister Library: Warlock